LOS ANGELES — In Adam & Eve’s newest movie, “Naked,” a reality survivalist TV show brings out passion and lust in a young woman who must now decide whether the connection with her male co-star is real.
"Naked," directed by Kay Brandt, releases today for wholesale distribution.
Based upon Kay’s popular novel of the same name, the movie "tells an erotic tale of idealism, romance and heartbreak for a free-spirited young woman,” said Rachel Vigneaux, Adam & Eve’s executive producer.
“Britney Amber shines in the lead role with her sexy and adventurous personality, taking eroticism to another level, while her fellow castmates dial up the sexual chemistry with their intense performances.”
"Naked" stars Amber, Chanel Preston, Mia Li, Derrick Pierce, Donnie Rock, Ryan Driller, Small Hands and Logan Long.
Brandt, who wrote and directed the film, takes a sensual look at the world of reality survivalist shows where competitors must go naked as they try to overcome the elements. Their passion and lust, however, ultimately overrule their reason.
“The movie was super challenging and fun to work on. We had a number of hurdles to jump over, especially on the day we filmed in ‘Madagascar’ aka Chatsworth, Calif. Everything from not being able to get the Star Wagon up a narrow twisting road,” Brandt said.
“Britney outdid herself, took every challenge presented and gave 100 percent. She's a tough cookie and a very passionate woman who is vulnerable under the surface and I wanted to capture all of that. She connected with her character deeply and wasn't afraid to show a range of emotions as well as her raw sexuality.”
Brandt is known for her directorial work in last summer’s acclaimed Adam & Eve release, “Babysitting the Baumgartners,” as well as its sequel, “Adventures With the Baumgartners,” both written by New York Times bestselling author Selena Kitt.
The prolific filmmaker has directed more than 40 adult movies since 2009, which have numerous nominations, accolades and awards.
“Naked” is among a series of books written by Brandt as part of new genre of adult films based on erotic books. It follows her 2015 feature, "Safe Landings," from her book of the same name and from Adam & Eve’s books-to-films series that includes the “Baumgartners” movies.